Our Mission: Advocating for justice in public policy to alleviate poverty and hunger.

Who is Lutheran Advocacy Ministry—NM?

Lutheran Advocacy Ministry—NM has been a ministry of the Rocky Mountain Synod-ELCA since 1984 and has effectively advocated as one of the state public policy offices of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America through ELCA World Hunger.

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  • New Mexico has one of the highest rates of hunger in the nation.

    New Mexico has one of the highest rates of hunger in the nation.

  • We advocate for public policies addressing hunger & poverty in NM.

    We advocate for public policies addressing hunger & poverty in NM.

Join Our Advocacy Network

Join Our Advocacy Network

It can be a challenge to find the time to learn about the issues, keep up with pending legislation, and contact your state and/or federal legislators. LAM-NM tries to make it a little easier for you to make your voice heard. We send Advocacy Updates and Advocacy Alerts with information about issues related to our Advocacy Agenda. Our Advocacy Alerts urge you to contact policymakers along with information about how to make those important contacts. Join now!
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ELCA World Hunger

ELCA World Hunger

ELCA World Hunger and Lutheran Advocacy Ministry-NM are partners in advocacy work to promote state public policies and action for social and economic justice relating to hunger in New Mexico. Your gifts to ELCA World Hunger support this hunger-related advocacy work.
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2015 Bishop's Legislative Luncheon

2015 Bishop's Legislative Luncheon

The 2015 Lutheran Advocacy Ministry-New Mexico Bishop's Legislative Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, February 10 in Santa Fe at La Fonda. Rocky Mountain Synod Bishop Jim Gonia will speak at the luncheon and will also share a message with us during the Issues Briefing in the morning prior to the luncheon.
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What you can do

What you can do

There are a number of opportunities for you to take part in LAM-NM and become an advocate. As always, we appreciate and value your advocacy work and ask for your prayers for our ministry of advocacy. Click on the button below to learn more.
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